SPORTS NEWS FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2004
OSU ready now for Schoenhoft
Robby Schoenhoft is having a great senior year as St. Xavier quarterback. Ohio State is having a bad quarterback year and a bad year, period.
• OHIO PREP SPORTS:
East, West each seek first playoff berths
Weekend Preview: Ohio Top Games At A Glance
Golfers, tennis players chase state titles
St. Xavier, Colerain, Moeller are all in
Mercy, Mason to meet
High school schedule, results
KY. PREP SPORTS:
Highlands, Brossart advance to finals
Conner, others look for district crowns
Weekend Preview: Ky. Top Games At A Glance
St. Henry, Ryle win
Showdown set for top two teams

Frazier's job not in jeopardy
Bengals defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier will resume calling the defense Monday against Denver.
Warrick may have fracture
Mark Curnutte blog
Speak up in the Bengals forum
Chad Johnson chat transcript

Cards deliver on promise
They are not known for curses, jinxes, mystiques or auras. What the St. Louis Cardinals have is a team of time-honored baseball weapons, enough to win 105 games this season. And a tradition for getting to the World Series that had gone dark for 17 long years.
Tavarez appeals $10,000 penalty
ALCS: Even the best are capable of error


History visits Reds in 2005
The first visit to Fenway Park since Game 7 of the 1975 World Series. A return by the last manager to lead the Reds to a World Series championship.
Reds day-by-day 2005 schedule

Cyclones backers switch to (gasp!) Ducks
Imagine having to switch allegiances to your sworn enemy, then receiving a bill for it.

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NFL
Couch gets a tryout with ailing Bears
LAKE FOREST, Ill. - Their quarterback situation a mess, the Chicago Bears will bring in Tim Couch for a physical and a tryout today.
NKU
This night isn't madness, but it's fun
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS - Minutes before Northern Kentucky University's ninth annual Meet the Norse night Thursday, dozens of fans lined up before Regents Hall anticipating food, fun, and one other thing.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
At home in South Bend
Former St. Xavier quarterback Marty Mooney won the first Enquirer-Channel 9 Prep Football Player of the Year award in 2001.
No time for a learning curve
LEXINGTON - Kentucky basketball coach Tubby Smith prefers to take time to ensure freshmen players have adjusted to college life and the college game.
Rehage learns as he goes for RedHawks
Josh Betts wasn't the only Miami football player stepping into big shoes for the 2004 season.
W. Virginia puts squeeze on Orange in 27-6 victory
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Rasheed Marshall set a Big East career rushing mark for quarterbacks and threw three touchdown passes while leading No. 15 West Virginia over Syracuse 27-6 Thursday night.
Offensive transformation behind Auburn's success
AUBURN, Ala. - As a former defensive coordinator, Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville is getting a kick out of finally having an offense that confounds his former peers.
OLYMPICS
Gold medal finally belongs to Hamm
Two months after Paul Hamm first had his gold medal draped around his neck, the medal is his - finally and forever.
OTHER SPORTS
Lewis leads at Disney; Singh not far behind
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - J.L. Lewis shot a 10-under 62 for his best start ever on the PGA Tour and a two-shot lead Thursday in the Funai Classic at Disney.
Martinsville can be as difficult as Talladega
MARTINSVILLE, Va. - Midway through their 10-race playoff, the Nextel Cup contenders are at the shortest and slowest oval on the NASCAR circuit - a place four-time series champion Jeff Gordon insists can be as damaging to title hopes as the fastest tracks.


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